In this Data Dialogue, we speak with Gwen Smith and Michael Ogletree!
Who is a leader and who can be a spokesperson for a community? Gwen Smith, founder of Atlanta's CHARRS, and Angela discuss ways to increase community participation and share the load with government in environmental justice work.
In his role as public servant, Michael Ogletree thinks a lot about ways that people use data, both personally and collectively, and talks with Angela about his efforts to increase trust between local air quality agencies and communities in Colorado through the Love My Air Denver program.
Gwen Smith and Michael Ogletree get right into the thorny parts of how government and local communities work and don't work with environmental data, in their full conversation with Angela.